Jacques Ferrand (b. ca. 1575) EROTOMANIA, OR A TREATISE DISCOURSING OF THE ESSENCE, CAUSES, SYMPTOMES, PROGNOSTICKS, AND CURE OF LOVE, OR EROTIQUE MELANCHOLY. (Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield, 1640). ... Continue Reading →
https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo2/A48701.0001.001?rgn=main;view=fulltext 450J LISTER, Martin (1638?-1712) A Journey To Paris In The Year 1698 London: printed for Jacob Tonson at the Judges-Head near the Inner-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet, and at Gray’s-Inn-Gate in Gray’s-Inn-Lane , 1699. $1,800 Octavo 7 ½ x 4 ¾ inches A4,... Continue Reading →
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§§ “Happy is he who has discovered the causes of things and has cast beneath his feet all fears, unavoidable fate, and the din of the devouring Underworld.” VIRGIL 5). 393J Lucretius THE LAST BOOK PUBLISHED BY ALDUS . Venice:... Continue Reading →
It is always good to think about the presocratics Anaximander and Thales ....."Philosophical man is a "new cultural configuration" based in stepping back from "pregiven tradition" and taking up a rational "inquiry into what is true in itself;" that is,... Continue Reading →
Teaching the History of the book. An Incunabulum which has many teachable examples of the stages book production in the 15th century.
In a contemporary binding Signed by the binder. Nicolaus Seman of Erfurt 437J Augustine, Aurelius. (Comm: Thomas Waleys or Valois and Nicolaus Trivet ) Basel: Michael Wenssler [and Bernhard Richel] March 25, 1479. $26,000 Royal Folio: 46.2 x 33 cm. [A very large... Continue Reading →
Charles Cotton 1630-1687 William Davenant, 1606-1668 Sir John Davies 1569-1626 John Donne. 1571/2-1631 Michael Drayton 1563-1631 Lord Brooke Fluke Greville 1554-1628 George Herbert (1593-1633) George Herbert (1593-1633) Benjamin Jonson ca. 1572-1637 Nicholas Ling, ed fl. ca. 1599 Nicholas Ling, ed fl. ca. 1599 Sir John Suckling 1609-1642 Robert Wild 1609-1679 118F Charles Cotton […]
First Printed edition of “One of the earliest printed books on the ars memorativa or mnemotechnics” . . ca.1480
367J Petrus de Rosenheim. (1380-1432). Nom probable : Petrus Wiechs [incipt Roseum memoriale divinorum eloquiorum] / [Köln] : [Southern Germany : n.pr., about 1480-90?] or [Cologne? : n.pr., about 1483] or [Ludwig von Renchen?], 1483 Deutschland (Oberrhein?). $13,000 Quarto (190... Continue Reading →
A very nice consideration of the early book!